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sailor

any member of a ship's crew, esp one below the rank of officer

sailor

A brick laid vertically with the broad face exposed. See also: Brick

What does it mean when you dream about a sailor?

Dreaming of being a sailor or being with a sailor often reflects a desire to be adventurous. Perhaps the dreamer is ready to explore new areas and venture into deeper waters, particularly in personal relationships.

sailor

A brick that is laid on end (i.e., positioned vertically), with its wider face showing on the wall surface; compare with soldier.
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A pratica regular da corrida reduz a pressao arterial e a frequencia cardiaca, produzindo beneficios adicionais na saude e melhorando a qualidade de vida (Matelot e colaboradores, 2013).
The following year, Seven Daffodils and Matelot charted, and The Renegades became TV regulars.
Starting at the age of 40 does not seem to impair the cardiac benefits," Matelot said.
Le prelude oscille entre le passe simple de narration (il s'agit des preparatifs du voyage) et l'imparfait de description (qui evoque un paysage de bord de mer et les activites d'un port ou s'activent des matelots).
Another tradition was created when Hughes Bolckow converted the ship's old timbers into garden furniture and park benches - how could any matelot resist owning a piece of his old ship?
The inky prints for the Couture model of the nine-element sofa are reminiscent of tattoo art; while the blue-and-white solidly striped Matelot model with red accents is vintage Gaultier.
It was a foggy day but what was clear was that Prince Klenk had helped land quite a touch for Davison, who, alongside jockey Dean Gallagher, had rushed on from winning a selling hurdle at Windsor with Matelot Royale.
(3) C'est dans ce cadre de production que Raul Ruiz peut realiser des son arrivee en France les longs metrages de fiction qui attirent tres rapidement l'attention de la critique sur la singularite de sa demarche: La Vocation suspendue (1977), L'Hypothese du tableau vole (1978), Les Trois Couronnes du matelot (1983).
Most of all I will miss your stories about t h e Navy a s a y o u n g Matelot in wartime days and your knowledge passed on to your grandchildren of your travels around the world.
We want Rob McLean in white, matelot flares and a neckerchief.
Darius Milhaud's Le pauvre matelot fit the theme, with its murderous, ironic twist on the return of Odysseus, while Canadians Nikki Einfeld and Thomas Glenn rounded out the trio by battling their way through Donizetti's little-known late opera, Rita.